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Childress Named SoCon Coordinator Of Officials

Jack Childress will replace Watuaga County native Don Lucas as Coordinator of Football Officials in the Southern Conference.

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Coakley Elected To SoCon HOF

Dexter Coakley, who had a brilliant football career at Appalachian State University, has been selected for induction into the Southern Conference Hall of Fame.


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Allen Selected By Steelers

Cornerback Cortez Allen of The Citadel was selected in the fourth round of the National Football League draft on Saturday by the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Crawdads swat GreenJackets, 8-3, for series win

The Hickory Crawdads wrapped up the series win against the Augusta GreenJackets with an 8-3 victory before 1,661 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Friday night.

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Hardee Reaches Milestone

The Watauga High baseball team rewarded head coach Pete Hardee with his 300th career win on Thursday afternoon.

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Griewisch Seventh At Penn Relays

Kate Griewisch of Lenoir-Rhyne University finished seventh in the 10,000-meter run at the Penn Relays Thursday night.

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'Dads topped by GreenJackets on Thursday

The Hickory Crawdads fell to the Augusta GreenJackets, 10-1, before 1,991 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Thursday night.

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Thompson steps down as men's soccer coach

Lees-McRae College men's soccer coach Matt Thompson has announced he will step down after leading the Bobcats to their fourth straight NCAA Tournament appearances.


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Panthers Select Newton With First Pick

The Carolina Panthers, hoping to turn their fortunes around, made quarterback Cam Newton of Auburn their No.1 pick and the top selection in the National Football League draft on Thursday.


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'Dads come back with 3-2 walk off win in 11th

The Hickory Crawdads scored two runs in the bottom of the 11th inning to take a 3-2 walk off win against the Augusta GreenJackets, before 1,551 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Wednesday night.

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ASU Closes April with 6-1 Win Over N.C. A&T

Appalachian State University baseball closed another terrific April in style with a 6-1 win over North Carolina A&T on Wednesday evening at Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium.

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Bumgarner Denied Again

Madison Bumgarner is still searching for his first win of the year, despite his best performance of the season.

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UPDATED: Pioneers Rout Hilltoppers, 9-0

The Watauga High baseball team broke out of its funk in a big way Wednesday afternoon.


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Former Mountaineer Jason Hunter Stabbed

Jason Hunter, a member of Appalachian State University's first national championship team in 2005, was stabbed by his girlfriend in the left shoulder on Wednesday morning, according to the Associated Press.


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ASU Strands 11 in 3-1 Loss at Radford

Appalachian State University baseball stranded 11 baserunners, including six left in scoring position, in a 3-1 loss at Radford on Tuesday evening.

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Watauga High baseball coach Pete Hardee has announced that the starting time concerning Wednesday's consolation game with R.S. Central at the East Rutherford Easter Tournament in Forest City, NC has been changed.

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Grieswisch Heading To Penn Relays

Banner Elk native Kate Griewisch will be going up against an elite field at the Penn Relays on Thursday.

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WHS Track Ranked Among State's Elite

The Watauga High men's and women's track teams find themselves nestled among some of the top programs in the state with regional a little more than a week away.

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Roof And The 'Dads Slam GreenJackets, 9-1

Jonathan Roof belted a go-ahead grand slam in the sixth and drove in five total RBIs, helping lead the Hickory Crawdads to a 9-1 victory against the Augusta GreenJackets, before 1,881 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.

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